Karnataka election results mark beginning of end of BJP at Centre: Bhalla


JAMMU: JKPCC Working President Raman Bhalla and former Minister Yogesh Sawhney led party workers on Monday celebrated Karnataka victory in a programme organized by Sandeep Dogra Sonu at Satwari Chowk.
Speaking on the occasion, Bhalla said that the victory of the Congress in Karnataka was a befitting reply by people to BJP government at the Centre.
There was strong resentment among people against the BJP over the way the Central Government was treating the Gandhi family.
He said, “The people of Karnataka were angry at the way Rahul Gandhi was suspended from the membership of the Lok Sabha and asked to vacate his house. The public anger is reflected in the Assembly election results.”
He said that the Karnataka election results marked the beginning of the end of the BJP at the Centre.
Yogesh Sawhney said that the Congress victory in the Karnataka elections is the impact of the Bharat Jodo Yatra, spearheaded by Rahul Gandhi.
Secondly, the credit goes to our central and local leaders, who campaigned for the party.
Sawhney said people of all communities voted for the Congress. He thanked the people of Karnataka for giving a huge mandate to Congress.
Targeting BJP, he said the people have defeated a party’s government “which had indulged in anti-people policies”.

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